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Khama Worthy is going to do what he’s got to do at UFC 260
When UFC light-weight Khama Worthy reviews 2020, the important things that a lot of enters your mind for him was how lucky he wound up being. No matter how hard the year was, he was still able to eliminate. Though things didn’t constantly go his method, the truth that he had the ability to contend several times put him in a far better area than lots of other fighters. “I think it was just an experience,” Worthwhile informed MMWeekly.com. “I feel grateful that I made it through, because a lot of people weren’t as lucky. “I only had two fights, though I would have liked to get in four fights a year, but I still got to get two fights. Everything being shut down, trying to find training partners and everything, it was an experience.” In addition to having the ability to combat in 2015, Worthwhile had the ability to keep his private training going even when the capability to work with others was practically gotten rid of. “I own my own gym so I never stopped for my training,” stated Worthwhile. “But it was still difficult to get training partners. “My game is always evolving. In this sport you’re either evolving or dying. I’m a different fighter every fight.” Khama Worthy – UFC 241 weigh-in Khama Worthy deals with Jamie Mullarkey at UFC 260 On March 27 in Las Vegas, Worthwhile (16-7) will aim to return on the winning track when he deals with Jamie Mullarkey (12-4) in a 155-pound primary card bout at UFC 260. Dana White reveals UFC 261 to house capacity of fans, 3 title battles “He’s a tough guy,” Worthwhile stated of Mullarkey. “He’s 0-2 in the UFC, so he’s fighting for his job. I feel like if you’re 0-3 in the UFC you’re going to get cut, so he’s on his way out because I’ve got to do what I’ve got to do. “I know for sure he’s going to come out ready for and that’s exactly what we’re set for.” If the in 2015 has actually taught him anything, Worthwhile feels it’s finest to simply follow where the course leads him in 2021 instead of attempt to require things to occur. “In Covid times you’ve just got to go with the punches,” stated Worthwhile. “You can’t spend too much time planning things out. It sucks that my career started then Covid kicked in, so I’m just rolling with the punches.”
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.